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Stanley Cup of Chowder May 24, 2016

Foreshadowing

The Bruins stock Claude Julien's coaching staff with potential head coaching candidates Meet the new boss... I see what you did, there: Farewell, Doug Jarvis, and hello to the big time for Bruce Cassidy and Jay Pandolfo.[Bruins.NHL] You can't blame Dennis Seidenberg for seeming a bit put out over being asked about his future with the Bruins yet again.[WEEI] The Bruins need to let Loui Eriksson walk. Discuss.[BostonSportsDesk] No, the Bruins were NEVER going to keep Martin Jones. NEVAH EVAH. Get over it.[Hockeybuzz] Elsewhere around the rink: The Olympics still have the cachet to draw...
On the Forecheck May 21, 2016

Free Agency Preview: Loui Eriksson

Why not kick off our free agency preview with the guy a lot of people though the Preds would make a run for at the trade deadline. The Basic Info Loui Eriksson is a good hockey player, and his career is the perfect example of that. Eriksson has scored 70 points three times in his ten year career, and 60 points twice. He struggled in his first two season with the Bruins (granted one of them was the lockout season), but bounced back with a 30 goal performance last year. Eriksson is now 30 years old, but he has no signs of taking a significant step back next season. If you put him with the...
CSN New England May 20, 2016

Felger: Why are the Bruins trying to re-sign Eriksson?

Kevin Paul Dupont joins Michael Felger on Sports Tonight to give his take on what it would cost the Boston Bruins to keep Loui Eriksson.
CSN New England May 19, 2016

SportsNet Central Update: Sox new Hall of Famers incucted.

Kris Dunn may not want to come to Boston and the Sox newest Hall of Famers talk about David Ortiz.
CSN New England May 19, 2016

Tomase: Which Red Sox players can sustain their hot start?

John Tomase joins Sports Tonight to discuss which Red Sox players he thinks can sustain their hot start, and which ones will not be able to.
CSN New England May 19, 2016

Bertrand: Lakers could really screw things up for the C's

Marc Bertrand explains why he is concerned about the rumors that the Lakers are looking to shop the #2 pick for an established player, and what that means for the Celtics.
Stanley Cup of Chowder May 19, 2016

If You Want My Body

A Swede is still negotiating with the Bruins, and a rocker's son signs as a pro in England Talk is good... As long as both parties are talking, a deal is still possible for the Bruins to retain Loui Eriksson .[Hockeybuzz] Nap, or practice? A professor of sleep science aided the Bruins in their successful coast-to-coast Stanley Cup Final in 2011, which should have come as no surprise to the Canucks, who had already been employing the same techniques to their own benefit.[ESPN] Elsewhere around the rink: The community of Fort McMurray scrimped and saved to send their PeeWee team to the...
Stanley Cup of Chowder May 16, 2016

Joe Morrow had a rough half-season, but there are signs of hope

Not exactly a banner year for the Boston defense in general, but Morrow among others had the ugly problem of having to make up for...that traed. Is he finished? Or does he need another look? Age: 23 NHL Statline: 1 goal, 6 assists, 7 points Aggregate Grade: D+ Joe Morrow is an oft-forgotten piece of the Dallas Stars-Boston Bruins blockbuster trade which sent Tyler Seguin off to go become a star and Loui Eriksson to become a very impressive player in his own right...that he already kind of was. Now, he stands a very good chance of being the only piece of that trade that ends up staying past...

Chores

The Bruins can begin to chip away at their honey-do list in preparation for the upcoming season Grab your pichforks and shovels... no, not for that- to help the Bruins with offseason chores! The Bruins will have plenty of time to attack this "honey-do" list over the summer.[Boston.com] In recent news, the Bruins landed the #14 draft pick, and doff your hats to gentlemanly Loui Eriksson , who now has twice been nominated for a genteel NHL award.[PatriotLedger] The NHL is not signalling an eagerness to shut down for three weeks to allow players time for Olympic participation. Doug Houda...

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